I went to the Houghston Clinic in Columbus, Georgia. phone 706-324-6661. The Doctor is Carlton Savory. However I had blood work from Clifford Consulting that proved I was having a reaction. I also had seen Dr. Savory before and he said I might be having a reaction, but only suggested going to an allergy doctor. Dr. Savory after seeing the Clifford result ordered addition testing and sent it the Chicago lab. It can back positive. You are going to have to prove a reaction to get a doctor to believe you. You will need to have your family doctor call Clifford Consulting to order the testing kit. You will also have to pay for the test $295.00. But it was worth it as it opened doors that had been slammed in my face. I have been living an unending nightmare of pain for nearly 4 years and a trail of doctors that did not believe me. I just hope and pray the oxium works. Hope and prayers to you.View Thread
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